Mariner is comprised of ex members of the Andrea Gale, Strikeforce, and Plain as Day. Each member brings with them a different style from their earlier projects. The end result is a style slightly mathy, and driving, but with an experimental ambiance thta'll make you feel like you're somewhere between the land and the sea. Topic: Mariner
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The Space Story 305 - Mariner Mars Fly ByDigitized, cataloged and archived by the Houston Audio Control Room, at the NASA Johnson Space Center. Audio engineering contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Topics: NASA, Mariner
The Atlas/Agena launch vehicle carrying The Mariner-V spacecraft on launch pad on June 14, 1967. The Marina V mission was to explore the planet Venus. Topics: What -- Mariner, What -- Venus Source: http://mix.msfc.nasa.gov/abstracts.php?p=904
Animation and photography are used to illustrate the flight of Mariner X to Mercury and Venus. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: NASA, Mariner, Mercury, Venus
1. Dr. Doctor 2. Crosstown Lover 3. You're Not Here 4. Put It In The Boogie 5. Sanctuary 6. You Can Take Me Anywhere 7. Chevrolet 8. Tubesteak 9. Into The Morning Into The Night 10. There Was A Way 11. I Want You To See 12. Jump In The Water (Remix) 13. My Misses 14. Hurting I Am 15. Don't Waste A Minute Of Your Time 16. Quarter In My Pocket 17. Joy In Your Life 18. Volcano 19. Thinking About Your Body (Beatbox Improv) Topics: Zach, Deputy, Ancient, Mariner Source: Zach's SBD/ Zoom h4n AUD (onstage, near center, 5' high) matrix
Mariner 4 image of the crater named after it, the 151 km diameter Mariner crater at 35 S, 164 W. Running from the lower left corner of the frame through the bottom of the crater is a linear ridge which is part of Sirenum Fossae. The image was taken from 12,600 km and covers 250 km by 254 km. North is up. (Mariner 4, frame 11E) Mariner 4 was the first spacecraft to get a close look at Mars. Flying as close as 9,846 kilometers (6,118 miles), Mariner 4 revealed Mars to have a cratered,... Topics: What -- Mariner 4, What -- Crater, What -- Mars, What -- Mariner Source: http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA02979
This mosaic of Mariner 9 frames (top), taken during the first orbit, shows the remnants of the south polar cap of Mars dimly through the great dust storm. Mariner 7 photographed the same area in August, 1969 (bottom) at which time the entire region was covered with dry ice. The strange quasilinear features of 1969 have been replaced by a number of bright curved appendages never before seen on Mars and, at this time, unexplained. Mariner 9 was the first spacecraft to orbit another planet. The... Topics: What -- Mariner 7, What -- Polar, What -- Mars, What -- Mariner 9 Source: http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA02989
The most conspicuous feature yet observed on Mars by Mariner 9 is the darkish spot located near the top of this picture. It has been tentatively identified as Nix Olympica, a curious ring-shaped feature photographed by Mariners 6 and 7 in 1969 and a point which radar indicates is one of the highest on Mars. One possible explanation suggests a high mountain or plateau which is being seen as it rises up through the bright dust surrounding the rest of the planet. The picture, one of a series of 31... Topics: What -- Mars, What -- Mariner 9 Source: http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA02995
View of canyon system emerging from the Martian dust storm. Mariner 9 was the first spacecraft to orbit another planet. The spacecraft was designed to continue the atmospheric studies begun by Mariners 6 and 7, and to map over 70% of the Martian surface from the lowest altitude (1500 kilometers [900 miles])and at the highest resolutions (1 kilometer per pixel to 100 meters per pixel) of any previous Mars mission. Mariner 9 was launched on May 30, 1971 and arrived on November 14, 1971. Topics: What -- Mariner 9, What -- Mars Source: http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA02998
Yarn 2011-11-11 Ancient Mariner Manitou Springs, CO The boys are finding a new home in Colorado... "Allright, y'all ready to get debaucherous?...Let's get ugly and rowdy and dirty, man, that's what I'm talkin' about." First Set Only 1) intro 2) Tennessee 3) Down On Your Luck 4) Roadhouse 5) Ain't That A Sin 6) Bad Bad Man 7) Salt Creek > Woman On The Interstate 8) ALong The Way 9) More 10) Alone On The Weekend 11) Almost Home 12) NYC Found Topics: Yarn, Manitou Springs, Ancient Mariner Source: Tascam DR-08 internals (16/44.1)
Yarn 2012-05-03 Ancient Mariner Manitou Springs, CO "I prefer Jim Croce on some really old vinyl...some old, dusty, scratched-up vinyl...with a double line of cocaine." Two sets / Three Discs Set 1 / Disc 1 01 Almost Home (cuts in) 02 Alone On The Weekend 03 NYC Found 04 Schenectady 05 That's Just Fine 06 Tennessee 07 Let Me In 08 Don't Worry 'Bout Me 09 Annie 10 It's All Over Now Set 2 / Disc 2 01 Down On Your Luck 02 Dear Momma, I'm So Sorry 03 Turn The Light Off 04 Singin' Jim... Topics: Yarn, Manitou Springs, Ancient Mariner Source: Tascam DR-08 internals (16/44.1)
The effects of convective heating upon reusable surface insulation coatings were studied utilizing scanning electron microscopy, X-ray fluorescence, and X-ray diffraction. Samples of coated silica, mullite, and ceramic mullite fiber were cycled in an arc plasma stream up to 15 times for 15 minutes per cycle at surface temperatures simulating those on the space shuttle vehicle. The surfaces of ceramic mullite fiber and mullite coatings were roughened substantially by the convectively heated... Topics: MARS SURFACE, PHOTOMAPPING, TRIANGULATION, COORDINATES, MARINER 6 SPACE PROBE, MARINER 7 SPACE...
Mariner 9 took this picture of Mars at 3:38 a.m. PST, November 11, 1971., during its approach to the planet. The south polar cap (at the bottom of the planet disc) shines dimly through the apparent atmospheric haze, probably dust. This was the fourteenth picture taken during a 24-hour series of Mars surveillance photos. The picture was taken with Mariner's narrow-angle camera from a distance of 445,000 miles. The "dust storm" has obscured the usually prominent Martian surface features... Topics: What -- Mariner 9, What -- Mars, What -- Polar Source: http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA02996
A Martian shield volcano, approximately 25 miles across at the crater, photographed consecutively by Mariner 9 with the wide-angle and telephoto lenses. The summit crater and groves down the flank probably were produced by subsidence flowing subsurface movement of magma. Mariner 9 was the first spacecraft to orbit another planet. The spacecraft was designed to continue the atmospheric studies begun by Mariners 6 and 7, and to map over 70% of the Martian surface from the lowest altitude (1500... Topics: What -- Crater, What -- Mariner 9, What -- Mars Source: http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA02983
Oblique view of the crater complex near Ascraeus Lacus in the Tharsis region of Mars was taken by Mariner 9. It is the northernmost of the prominent dark spots observed by Mariner during its approach to the planet. The spot consists of several intersecting shallow crater-like depressions. The main crater is approximately 21 kilometers (13 miles) across, the whole complex about 40 kilometers (25 miles) across. The crater probably is in a relatively high area of the Martian surface, which... Topics: What -- Crater, What -- Mars, What -- Mariner 9 Source: http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA03100
NASA Connect Segment exploring the history of man's conquest of the seas. The video explains how boats navigated the waters. Topics: NASA Connect, Mariner, Navigation, GPS, Boat Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6132&start=0&subject=Technology
byBathker, D. A.; Stelzried, C. T; Brown, D. W.; Crow, R. B.; Goldstein, R. M.; Higa, W. H.; Jackson, E. B.; Levy, G. S.; Ludwig, A.; Pease, G. E.
Radio communication system instrumentation for Mariner IV space probe, and received spectrograms Topics: INSTRUMENTS, INSTRUMENTATION, MARINER IV SPACE PROBE, RADIO COMMUNICATION, SPECTROGRAM, MARINER...